Yes, you most certainly can!
The initial step of selling a house during the probate process is appointing an Administrator or Executor of the Estate in probate court. In most cases, the deceased may have named an Executor in their will, however the court may appoint an Administrator or Personal Representative if there is no one named in the will.
The Executor is responsible for handling the distribution of the Estate’s assets. They will also need to get the house appraised before they can put it up for sale.
Each state has their own laws and guidelines governing probate. In most cases, probate courts will require that the house sells for at least 90% of the homes appraised value. Once the appraisal is received, the Administrator can petition the court to begin the sale. The court will then grant permission to formally list the house for sale.